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Made for San Francisco Electronic Music Lovers
Made for San Francisco Electronic Music Lovers
Collection by Eventbrite
If dancing all night is what gets you up in the morning, this collection of top-notch club nights, parties, and forward-thinking electronic music is just for you. Whether you've been techno-obsessed since "Strings of Life" first came out of Detroit or you've just had your life changed by a Four Tet DJ set, our picks will keep you grooving on some of the finest dance floors in the Bay Area.
Made for San Francisco Electronic Music Lovers

Viceroy / Audio SF / San Francisco, CA

  • Church can be whatever you want it to be, and for some, that means dancing to EDM at 6 AM on a Sunday morning. Go with what moves you.
  • A psytrance and progressive techno blowout featuring so many DJs, you won't know where to start — including Dr. Spook, Seventh Sign, Njomad, and Kenaiia.
  • Come for an insane lineup of heavy hitters and up-and-comers at this wild L.A.–imported party, and stay for the midnight pizza delivery — oh, yeah.
  • The always epic Dirtybird label shows off its global power with Ciszak, the Brazilian bass master whose steamy track, "I Want," dropped floors around the world a few years ago. He'll be at Monarch with disco-loving labelmate, Pezzner.
  • From the streets of East London to producing uplifting anthems like "Trouble" and strobe workout "Somewhere Special," the Defected member has a unique life story you can dance to all night.
  • You're on a yacht! You're on the Bay! You're dancing on waves of booming EDM with all your besties. With an open bar, the night can't get any better.
  • Soak in breathless buildups and waves of euphoric melody from this DJ, who's evolved from a Swedish House Mafia-influenced sound to one all his own.
  • Ride the wave of crowd-pleasing floor stompers from this Ultra Records alum, who can turn from airhorn blasts to sweet 90's jams on a dime. Head to the No Tell Motel party, so shhh.
  • Whaaat? That's right, legendary Atlanta rapper Lil Jon is an ace behind the decks, tearing up floors with Vegas-worthy EDM and, of course, deep trap rollers.
  • These evil geniuses from Canada combine EDM builds and bass wobbles with eclectic live instrumentation, like wall-shaking guitar solos.
  • This European trance maestro, known as the pride of Moldova, absolutely killed it at the Tomorrowland festival this year. You'll sing along as he weaves uplifting pop vocals throughout his hypnotic sets.
  • This Chicago legend mixes techno and house to perfection — all over an undeniable beat that will have you bopping 'til you spill your fancy cocktail.
  • Experience maximum joy thanks to this filter house fanatic, who channels early Justice, Daft Punk, and Chemical Brothers into slamming tunes that earned him a GRAMMY nomination and collabs with Porter Robinson and Public Enemy's Chuck D.
  • The UK's George Evelyn, aka Nightmares on Wax, put out some of the first killer techno records. Now his style has evolved into the perfect beach party sound with just the right amount of chill, while Ross from Friends's emotionally charged house anthems will bring the heat and s
  • Known for his fresh Caesar cut as much as his blissfully high BPMs, this Londoner talks "movin' and groovin'" as his motto —as well he should.
  • It might sound preposterous: a night of all Fleetwood Mac remixes and edits with a few oddball tracks mixed in. But the result is dreamy dance floor magic. This plastic-free Sea of Love party benefits marine conservation organization, Sea Shepherd.
  • London's Ajunadeep label has brought its version of deep house — immersive melodies over crisp tech beats — to global dance floors since the 2000's. It's still going strong and lively, perfect for a sun-drenched, all-day affair on Treasure Island.
  • If you're a fan of deeply textured bass lines, head to 1015 Folsom and enjoy a set from the UK's very own Chris Lorenzo.
  • Church can be whatever you want it to be, and for some, that means dancing to EDM at 6 AM on a Sunday morning. Go with what moves you.
  • A psytrance and progressive techno blowout featuring so many DJs, you won't know where to start — including Dr. Spook, Seventh Sign, Njomad, and Kenaiia.
  • Come for an insane lineup of heavy hitters and up-and-comers at this wild L.A.–imported party, and stay for the midnight pizza delivery — oh, yeah.
  • The always epic Dirtybird label shows off its global power with Ciszak, the Brazilian bass master whose steamy track, "I Want," dropped floors around the world a few years ago. He'll be at Monarch with disco-loving labelmate, Pezzner.
  • From the streets of East London to producing uplifting anthems like "Trouble" and strobe workout "Somewhere Special," the Defected member has a unique life story you can dance to all night.
  • You're on a yacht! You're on the Bay! You're dancing on waves of booming EDM with all your besties. With an open bar, the night can't get any better.
  • Soak in breathless buildups and waves of euphoric melody from this DJ, who's evolved from a Swedish House Mafia-influenced sound to one all his own.
  • Ride the wave of crowd-pleasing floor stompers from this Ultra Records alum, who can turn from airhorn blasts to sweet 90's jams on a dime. Head to the No Tell Motel party, so shhh.
  • Whaaat? That's right, legendary Atlanta rapper Lil Jon is an ace behind the decks, tearing up floors with Vegas-worthy EDM and, of course, deep trap rollers.
  • These evil geniuses from Canada combine EDM builds and bass wobbles with eclectic live instrumentation, like wall-shaking guitar solos.
  • This European trance maestro, known as the pride of Moldova, absolutely killed it at the Tomorrowland festival this year. You'll sing along as he weaves uplifting pop vocals throughout his hypnotic sets.
  • This Chicago legend mixes techno and house to perfection — all over an undeniable beat that will have you bopping 'til you spill your fancy cocktail.
  • Experience maximum joy thanks to this filter house fanatic, who channels early Justice, Daft Punk, and Chemical Brothers into slamming tunes that earned him a GRAMMY nomination and collabs with Porter Robinson and Public Enemy's Chuck D.
  • The UK's George Evelyn, aka Nightmares on Wax, put out some of the first killer techno records. Now his style has evolved into the perfect beach party sound with just the right amount of chill, while Ross from Friends's emotionally charged house anthems will bring the heat and s
  • Known for his fresh Caesar cut as much as his blissfully high BPMs, this Londoner talks "movin' and groovin'" as his motto —as well he should.
  • It might sound preposterous: a night of all Fleetwood Mac remixes and edits with a few oddball tracks mixed in. But the result is dreamy dance floor magic. This plastic-free Sea of Love party benefits marine conservation organization, Sea Shepherd.
  • London's Ajunadeep label has brought its version of deep house — immersive melodies over crisp tech beats — to global dance floors since the 2000's. It's still going strong and lively, perfect for a sun-drenched, all-day affair on Treasure Island.
  • If you're a fan of deeply textured bass lines, head to 1015 Folsom and enjoy a set from the UK's very own Chris Lorenzo.
Made for San Francisco Electronic Music Lovers

Viceroy / Audio SF / San Francisco, CA

Made for San Francisco Electronic Music Lovers
Made for San Francisco Electronic Music Lovers
Collection by Eventbrite
If dancing all night is what gets you up in the morning, this collection of top-notch club nights, parties, and forward-thinking electronic music is just for you. Whether you've been techno-obsessed since "Strings of Life" first came out of Detroit or you've just had your life changed by a Four Tet DJ set, our picks will keep you grooving on some of the finest dance floors in the Bay Area.
If dancing all night is what gets you up in the morning, this collection of top-notch club nights, parties, and forward-thinking electronic music is just for you. Whether you've been techno-obsessed since "Strings of Life" first came out of Detroit or you've just had your life changed by a Four Tet DJ set, our picks will keep you grooving on some of the finest dance floors in the Bay Area.
  • Church can be whatever you want it to be, and for some, that means dancing to EDM at 6 AM on a Sunday morning. Go with what moves you.
  • A psytrance and progressive techno blowout featuring so many DJs, you won't know where to start — including Dr. Spook, Seventh Sign, Njomad, and Kenaiia.
  • Come for an insane lineup of heavy hitters and up-and-comers at this wild L.A.–imported party, and stay for the midnight pizza delivery — oh, yeah.
  • The always epic Dirtybird label shows off its global power with Ciszak, the Brazilian bass master whose steamy track, "I Want," dropped floors around the world a few years ago. He'll be at Monarch with disco-loving labelmate, Pezzner.
  • From the streets of East London to producing uplifting anthems like "Trouble" and strobe workout "Somewhere Special," the Defected member has a unique life story you can dance to all night.
  • You're on a yacht! You're on the Bay! You're dancing on waves of booming EDM with all your besties. With an open bar, the night can't get any better.
  • Soak in breathless buildups and waves of euphoric melody from this DJ, who's evolved from a Swedish House Mafia-influenced sound to one all his own.
  • Ride the wave of crowd-pleasing floor stompers from this Ultra Records alum, who can turn from airhorn blasts to sweet 90's jams on a dime. Head to the No Tell Motel party, so shhh.
  • Whaaat? That's right, legendary Atlanta rapper Lil Jon is an ace behind the decks, tearing up floors with Vegas-worthy EDM and, of course, deep trap rollers.
  • These evil geniuses from Canada combine EDM builds and bass wobbles with eclectic live instrumentation, like wall-shaking guitar solos.
  • This European trance maestro, known as the pride of Moldova, absolutely killed it at the Tomorrowland festival this year. You'll sing along as he weaves uplifting pop vocals throughout his hypnotic sets.
  • This Chicago legend mixes techno and house to perfection — all over an undeniable beat that will have you bopping 'til you spill your fancy cocktail.
  • Experience maximum joy thanks to this filter house fanatic, who channels early Justice, Daft Punk, and Chemical Brothers into slamming tunes that earned him a GRAMMY nomination and collabs with Porter Robinson and Public Enemy's Chuck D.
  • The UK's George Evelyn, aka Nightmares on Wax, put out some of the first killer techno records. Now his style has evolved into the perfect beach party sound with just the right amount of chill, while Ross from Friends's emotionally charged house anthems will bring the heat and s
  • Known for his fresh Caesar cut as much as his blissfully high BPMs, this Londoner talks "movin' and groovin'" as his motto —as well he should.
  • It might sound preposterous: a night of all Fleetwood Mac remixes and edits with a few oddball tracks mixed in. But the result is dreamy dance floor magic. This plastic-free Sea of Love party benefits marine conservation organization, Sea Shepherd.
  • London's Ajunadeep label has brought its version of deep house — immersive melodies over crisp tech beats — to global dance floors since the 2000's. It's still going strong and lively, perfect for a sun-drenched, all-day affair on Treasure Island.
  • If you're a fan of deeply textured bass lines, head to 1015 Folsom and enjoy a set from the UK's very own Chris Lorenzo.
  • Church can be whatever you want it to be, and for some, that means dancing to EDM at 6 AM on a Sunday morning. Go with what moves you.
  • A psytrance and progressive techno blowout featuring so many DJs, you won't know where to start — including Dr. Spook, Seventh Sign, Njomad, and Kenaiia.
  • Come for an insane lineup of heavy hitters and up-and-comers at this wild L.A.–imported party, and stay for the midnight pizza delivery — oh, yeah.
  • The always epic Dirtybird label shows off its global power with Ciszak, the Brazilian bass master whose steamy track, "I Want," dropped floors around the world a few years ago. He'll be at Monarch with disco-loving labelmate, Pezzner.
  • From the streets of East London to producing uplifting anthems like "Trouble" and strobe workout "Somewhere Special," the Defected member has a unique life story you can dance to all night.
  • You're on a yacht! You're on the Bay! You're dancing on waves of booming EDM with all your besties. With an open bar, the night can't get any better.
  • Soak in breathless buildups and waves of euphoric melody from this DJ, who's evolved from a Swedish House Mafia-influenced sound to one all his own.
  • Ride the wave of crowd-pleasing floor stompers from this Ultra Records alum, who can turn from airhorn blasts to sweet 90's jams on a dime. Head to the No Tell Motel party, so shhh.
  • Whaaat? That's right, legendary Atlanta rapper Lil Jon is an ace behind the decks, tearing up floors with Vegas-worthy EDM and, of course, deep trap rollers.
  • These evil geniuses from Canada combine EDM builds and bass wobbles with eclectic live instrumentation, like wall-shaking guitar solos.
  • This European trance maestro, known as the pride of Moldova, absolutely killed it at the Tomorrowland festival this year. You'll sing along as he weaves uplifting pop vocals throughout his hypnotic sets.
  • This Chicago legend mixes techno and house to perfection — all over an undeniable beat that will have you bopping 'til you spill your fancy cocktail.
  • Experience maximum joy thanks to this filter house fanatic, who channels early Justice, Daft Punk, and Chemical Brothers into slamming tunes that earned him a GRAMMY nomination and collabs with Porter Robinson and Public Enemy's Chuck D.
  • The UK's George Evelyn, aka Nightmares on Wax, put out some of the first killer techno records. Now his style has evolved into the perfect beach party sound with just the right amount of chill, while Ross from Friends's emotionally charged house anthems will bring the heat and s
  • Known for his fresh Caesar cut as much as his blissfully high BPMs, this Londoner talks "movin' and groovin'" as his motto —as well he should.
  • It might sound preposterous: a night of all Fleetwood Mac remixes and edits with a few oddball tracks mixed in. But the result is dreamy dance floor magic. This plastic-free Sea of Love party benefits marine conservation organization, Sea Shepherd.
  • London's Ajunadeep label has brought its version of deep house — immersive melodies over crisp tech beats — to global dance floors since the 2000's. It's still going strong and lively, perfect for a sun-drenched, all-day affair on Treasure Island.
  • If you're a fan of deeply textured bass lines, head to 1015 Folsom and enjoy a set from the UK's very own Chris Lorenzo.